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Sectionalised Bren LMG #

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Sectionalised Bren .303 Light Machine Gun. British 1943 Daimler production in excellent condition. This particular Sectionalised Bren was one of only two made for the 1948 Empire Exhibition. The Bren was a modified version of a Czechoslovak-designed light machine gun, the ZB vz 26, which British Army officials had tested during a firearms service competition in the 1930s. They were loved by the troops who used them as they rarely went wrong and withstood all conditions equally well. They were very accurate and because they could fire in semi auto, they were often used to pick off long range targets. It was such an effective design that in modified form, it served in the British armed forces until very recently. They can still be found in Africa and work perfectly well to this day. All deactivated weapons sold by D and B Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold London or Birmingham proof marks and a certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly and is legal within the U.K.

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Sectionalised Bren .303 Light Machine Gun. British 1943 Daimler production in excellent condition. This particular Sectionalised Bren was one of only two made for the 1948 Empire Exhibition. The Bren was a modified version of a Czechoslovak-designed light machine gun, the ZB vz 26, which British Army officials had tested during a firearms service competition in the 1930s. They were loved by the troops who used them as they rarely went wrong and withstood all conditions equally well. They were very accurate and because they could fire in semi auto, they were often used to pick off long range targets. It was such an effective design that in modified form, it served in the British armed forces until very recently. They can still be found in Africa and work perfectly well to this day. All deactivated weapons sold by D and B Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold London or Birmingham proof marks and a certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly and is legal within the U.K.

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